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:05. with the new york mets and the san francisco giants at at&t park. >> the confidential port of philip garrido the man cathe confidential report covering the parole of 1988-1989 were kidnapped jaycee dugard and showed the details of this report. >> the confidential port of the united states courts system reveals that philip garrido parole supervision 1988-1989. it is during this period that the garrido kidnapped and began a sexually assaulting jaycee dugard. she was only 11 years old at that time. the federal probation officer in the district of california of failed to adequately supervise philip garrido. the report says that home contacts were rare and collateral contact with local law enforcement or neighbors was never done. his frequent cause of protests and diluted urine samples were largely ignored and his frequent- drug tests testing positive. when the nursing home associative expressed his- her----she expressed her concern for his mental stability. he was also given a job 0.0 toward the going doo. for also what is people perhaps could question how did he do those horrendous acts and th
with muni for three years. one year on the cable car. ladies and gentlemen, mr. sullivan philips. how you doing, buddy? how are you? >> thank you. i'm ok. >> cool. sullivan, we scud a few questions. if you weren't driving a cable car what would you be doing? >> probably be cooking. >> good. i am so hungry. sullivan, give us a little warmup and then your bell ringing the ladies and gentlemen, mr. sullivan philips. >> [ringing bells] >> sullivan philips, ladies and gentlemen! let's hear it for him. our third contestant has been with muni for 10 years. he's been on the cable car for six years. ladies and gentlemen, mr. howard woo. they're doctor they're not booing you, they're woo-ing you. ok. now if you weren't driving a cable car what would you be doing every day? >> fishing every day the >> excellent fishing off the coast here. what advice would you give to new operators of cable cars? >> new operators? stay out of buses. >> ladies and gentlemen, mr. howard woo. give us your practice ring and the real thing. howard woo. [ringing bells] >> howard woo, ladies and gentlemen. fantastic. all r
years. one year on the cable car. ladies and gentlemen, mr. sullivan philips. how you doing, buddy? how are you? >> thank you. i'm ok. >> cool. sullivan, we scud a few questions. if you weren't driving a cable car what would you be doing? >> probably be cooking. >> good. i am so hungry. sullivan, give us a little warmup and then your bell ringing the ladies and gentlemen, mr. sullivan philips. >> [ringing bells] >> sullivan philips, lade
>>> good morning, i'm amy hollyfield live in the newsroom with new details, a new video about philip and nancy garrido the couple that raped jaycee dugard and held her captive for 18 years. >> the san francisco city district attorney decided not to charge the man for refusing to pull his pants last month. >> and the u.s. coastguard and mexican navy called off the search for missing men in the sea of cortez. >> the low clouds and drizzle, you will see sunshine and i'll tell you when summer will come back to the forecast. >> good morning, i'm sue hall. very thick fog means for slick roads and i show 31 areas of overnight road work. >>> good morning, it's 4:31, what summer? yet it is actually here. >> misting again this morning. >> thanks for joining. >> i'm kristen sze. >> and i'm terry mcsweeney. just when you think you've heard all about the jaycee dugard story we're getting more disturbing information. >> prosecutors have just released video how philip garrido prowled for little girls. this is video of him, take a look. >> i see. >> yes, that is philip and nancy garrido did you say
>>> i'm amy hollyfield live in the newsroom with new details about philip and nancy garrido the couple that held jaycee dugard captive for 18 years. >> also in the headlines, a d.a. makes a ruling on the deshon marman for to the pulling up his pants. >> and a. here is a look at sfo where flight arrival delays will develop again thanks to the low clouds and drizzle this morning. temperatures cooler than average today but i do see warmer weather in the forecast. i'll tell you when. >> and good morning. despite a lot of heavy fog will limit your visibility. we'll have the hot spots for you and cool spots as the case may be. >>> certainly limiting the visibility on that có-iéww good morning, i'm terry mcsweeney. >>> i'm kristen sze. top story, just when you think you've heard all there is about the jaycee dugard kidnapping and rape story we're getting new and disturbing information about the actions of her kidnapers. amy hollyfield joins us with this new information. >> new video information about other victims, the disturbing details. let's start with the new victims. prosecu
are not happy how philip garrido was supervised and released new information. >> and cool breeze awaits you this morning drizzle is falling around the bay area. even with sunshine developing this afternoon. temperatures cooler than average. i'll show you when the summer heat returns to the forecast. >> i'm sue hall. we've got overnight road work is going to be picked up. we'll tell you more about that. >> and santa clara city council approves plans for a luxury hotel near the new stadium after hearing from joe montana. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. >> i'm kristen sze. >> the top story the district attorney has decided not to press charges in the case of a college football from san francisco who refused to pull up his sagging pants on airplane flight. nick smith has an exclusive interview with this wrung yung man. >> it had people upset on both sides of the debate. take a look at this video. could this be the end of the saggy pants drama. we have learned that the d.a. has decided not to file charges against the student who was arrested after allegedly refusing to pull up his sagging pants as he bo
. >> reporter: the report conducted by the administrative office reviews philip garrido's federal -- federal probation supervision. it was during this period that he kidnapped dugard who was then 11 years old. it concludes the federal probation office failed to garrido. home contacts were rare. collateral contact with neighbors and local law enforcement were never done. his frequent positive drug test and submission of diluted urine samples were largely ignored. it goes on to say the probation officer appeared unconcerned that they expressed fears about his demeanor. it also says the officer allowed garrido take a job as a salesman going door to door in the community. the report say it is there's no evidence it would have uncovered the evidence of jayceedugard and her children if the officer would have searched the premises. when they fairly questioned whether he could have been deterred from the acts attributed to him and his -- had his supervision been conducted properly from the onset. it's not just this case. this office has a track record of poor supervision but it also says this office
whitaker. sullivan philips. ken lunardi. and joseph hsu. come up and get your trophies. thank the judges. [laughter] now it's time for what you've been waiting for, third place, ladies and gentlemen, mr. howard woo. howard woo. again, they're not booing you. all right. mr. ken mcdonald. chief of muni operations officer, please come forward to help me present the second place trophy. second place, ladies and gentlemen. mr. frank ware. and before we announce the winner i'm going to drag this out even longer. i'm going to take a moment to thank the kind people who made the 47th annual cable car bell ringing contest possible the the vice chair of the sfmt board of directors. and friends of the cable car music, union square association, trophy masters shanghai restaurant, ghirardelli chocolatesing,
governmental entity that was supposed to supervisor this man. philip garrido. john paulson is in the newsroom with details. >> the report is extraordinary. the chief u.s. district june in the bay area listing numerous ways that federal paroleg did what they were supposed to, j.c. be might have been rescued sooner. next month will mark 2 full years of freedom for j.c. dugard. she and her mother will never forget the phone call that came at the end of 18 years of captivity. >> i remember you shouting. we found her. my daughter. and i was crying. when you cray you can't speak. oh. i just said come quick. i remember saying come quick. >> and i remember tell you i'm come baby i'm coming. and the rest is a blur. >> yes. >> now two days before her exclusive abc news television appearance the chief u.s. district judge in san francisco has rae lessed a confidential 45 page report detailing how federal parole officers repeatedly botched the supervision of dugard kidnapper philip garrido. he had been on federal parole from 1988 to 1999. during which time he kidnapped young dugard from lak
tastes so good. >> there are new details being made public tonight about philip garrido. man who kidnapped j.c. dugard and held her captive for nearly 2 decades. prosecutors in el dorado county revealed evidence that details 4 other victims including 2 that we did not know about until now. they also released new video showing how garrido prowled for little girls. >> anybody can see me. >> no. nobody see you. >> i see him. pishltion yes. that was philip and nancy somewhating video from inside a car an yes that was him dispointed in the fact that some of the children were wearing long pants. video shot some time between 1989 and 19 naechlt you can clearly see how he videotaped almost every single child within view. there are at least 3 video like this. as for prior victims one state senator is looking into that. >> how a parolee can manipulate a parole officer potentially so we want to take a look at that. want to take a look at how a home should be inspected. not just the interior of the home but the back yard. entire premises. those are 2 areas that would i like to focu
. they are parting amicably. >> still ahead, investigators are still investigating philip garrido. >> a program note. we have nbc programming on monday at the pm kron 4 will have " america's got talent " with america' kron 4 will be on at 10:00 p.m. monday night. taking a live look outside. the virtually empty 405. your bay area forecast coming up. ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >> welcome back the live look outside janu has the forecast. >> thank you, marty with the difficult conditions and fog even drizzle. i used my windshield wipers of this morning. still that fog will continue however, sunny conditions later. bringing temperatures back into the normal range. temperatures in the 50s. 57 in half moon bay, mid '50s to the north bay. the cloud coverage for this hour is widespread. it is going to start to filter out. by 2:00 p.m., we will have mostly clear conditions and then it will push right back and. for the overnight hours. taking a look of the afternoon highs. '70s and mi
. >>> a scathing new report by a federal judge regarding the case of convicted sex offender of philip garrido. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. it addresses dozens of incidents which they failed to monitor garrido. more on the specifics of that reported. >> a federal judge released the report that scrutiny and criticism would improve the system and standards are already high for supervising sex parole agents and if they had done their job she may not have suffered for to decades. >> next month will mark two full years of freedom for jaycee dugard. >> i remember shouting, they found her, my daughter. [ laughter ] >> i was crying and you know when you can't speak. >> reporter: now two days before her exclusive television appearance, a chief judge james ware of san francisco has released a confidential 45 page report detailing how federal parole officers botched the investigation. he had been on probably in which time she kidnapped dugard. even though garrido was a high risk sex offender, home contact by federal parole officers were rare. officers never verified if he registered as sex o
. >> helen lives next door. she remembers see her working in the front yard. philip and nancy garrido were good neighbors. >> i can't imagine it. he seemed to be gentle to us. >> neighbors will be watching the interview tonight with diane sawyer when she tells her story for the first time. she was 11 years old when garrido kidnapped her on her way to school in south lake tahoe. she would be forced to live in a backyard prison, same place where she gave bivtd to two daughters. >> you're in labor and there is not be there. having a baby in a backyard. >> yep, i did. then i saw her. she was beautiful. i felt like i wasn't alone anymore. >> she would occasionally eat at the cafe down from the house. diana remembers all too well. >> just glad to to be with the family. >> the house where it happened will be on the auction block but so far no one wants to buy it. neighbors are hoping they may soon frightened out how the unimaginable could have gone on for so long in their own backyard without them noticing. >> not even hear a baby cry. >> she is now 31 years old. a book that details the ordeal ca
. queen elizabeth and prince philip were our guest for the official bicentennial dinner in the white house. at that time, our second son, jack, came home to attend the dinner honoring the queen. in his usual form, he could not find his dress shirt. he still swears that they were never delivered. at the time, at i know him quite well, i suspected he had just misplaced them. whatever the cause, there was jack raising for the white house with his shirttails flapping. a very disagreeable. after much exasperation on my part, he finally borrowed some stdus from his father. jack quickly slipped my mind as i began concentrating on addressing the queen as your majesty and the prince. my mind was terribly activated trying to do the right saying. we were riding in the elevator to our private quarters with the royal couple. as it stopped for us to get off, the doors open, and an unbounded jack ford. still trying to put his shirt together. jack stared in total disbelief and embarrassment. queen elisabeth just looked at me and she smiled and she said, do w
. a number of those markets down in excess of 1%. if we look at shares of royal philips in the nectar land, they're moving smartly. up 1.73%. they reported more cutbacks. philips plans to cut more than $700 million in cuts after reporting its biggest loss in nearly a decade. it expects no improvement in its performance. the stock company trading at 17 euros and 67. mow nisha. >> you know what, nina? asian stocks have opened the new trading week lower. i think that would hardly be a surprise given all the news we've been waking up to. they continue to worry the people who have to work and in some cases play these markets. ramy imocencio has more. >> the tokyo stock exchange, that was closed for a public holiday, but here in hong kong, the hang seng close dound about a one percent. an 8% slide in smic, china's largest chip maker. shares had been halted in late june. that's after the ceo resigned when he was voted off the board. over across the board in mainland china, they fell about 10%. vanke dropped nearly 1% after beijing said they'll try to slow down property price rises. a new real est
lasted as long as she has. she is very brave. >> they pleaded guilty to sex charges last month. philip garrido is serving 431 years to life. memoir called a stolen life goes on sale tomorrow and has already hit number one on amazon's best-seller list. we'll have more on "good morning america" right here on abc7 right after our newscast. get much more on the exclusive interview by logging on to our website at abc7news.com. >>> within hours, u.s. divers could start searching for seven missing northern california men in the gulf of california. fishing boat capsized on the holiday weekend. a diving team from hawaii is due to explore the wreckage of the erik that lies 237 feet below the surface. they are looking for any of the missing men that may have gotten trapped. a c-130 crew will fly over the sea of cortez looking for the men. >>> court arrangement is set for the man charged with stealing a picasso drawing from a san francisco art gallery. he is charged with grand theft and burglary and remains on custody on $5 million bail. he is accused of walking into the gallery last tuesday and s
. >> meanwhile, jaycee dugard, the woman who spent 18 years in captivity at the hands of philip and nancy garrido, is now speaking out in her own words. >> she was kidnapped when she was 11 years old. here is more. >> four weeks ago with the sentencing of villepin and nancy garrido, jaycee dugard -- philip and nancy garrido, jaycee dugard close the chapter. behind her now, when she was just 11 years old, kidnapped and kept captive. in her new book, "stolen lighli" she talks about her life in captivity. "the man takes me in his arms and offers comfort. i do not want comfort from this awful man. -- awful man." experts say writing about her experiences will help her. she's there's no details. "he brought in a bucket for me to use as a toilet. i would ask him every day when he was going to let me go home." she endured years of sexual abuse at hands of philip garrido he fathered two daughters with her. at first garrido handcuffed her to keep her from escaping. later he used other measures. he painted the world as a scary place full of rapists and pedophiles. it i wanted my children to be safe. jaycee
on the third floor of a multi alonfamily home. >> more in the jaycee dugard saba we do know now that philip of bordeaux did filming of young students. >> they'll look on the left this is the opposite of. they have been interested in the end of the adinterviewing ' >> the time that mchale was kidnapped at a is a strong resemblance to jaycee dugard. >> there would be more possibly a leading into her to pick this appearance. philip was paroled not to much before mchale was kidnapped. >> parents disappearance is very personal with the department he is on duty the day in mchale was taken. >> it has been on my mind for all this time >> matt taylor was taken in 1988 and take jaycee was kidnapped and 91 jaycee was filed august 25, 2009 parent once they went to court a judge froze all further investigations. her parents are anxious to have guido interviewed about their missing daughter. >> we believe that the day jaycee was found we had no doubt. >> they want to connect the missing of machaon and data jaycee dugard. how closely resembles a subset backespect. >> her best friend said that he does look
-and-run. >> a federal judge has released a scathing reported reviewing the tracking of convicted sex offender philip garrido and during the 18 years jaycee dugard was held captive. dozens of documents cases where federal parole agents failed to properly monitored him. >> next month will mark two full years of freedom for jaycee dugard. she and her mother will never forget the phone call that came after 18 years of captivity. >> they found her! my daughter. i was crying and they are crying you can't speak. >> now, two days before her exclusive television appearance, chief district judge james ware of san francisco has released a confidential 45-page report how federal parole officers repeatedly botched the supervision of philip garrido. he had been on federal parole during which time he kidnapped the junk dugard from lake tahoe. even though garrido was high risk sex offender, home contacts by federal parole officers were rare. officers never verified if garido had registered as a sex offender and failed to notify state and federal authorities about his failed drug tests. >> normally you can't sue the
wedding. not that royal wedding, but a different royal wedding. >> zara philips married one of england's top rugby players and he has a broken nose to prove it. should we expect all the pomp and circumstance from william and kate's wedding. we head live to scotland in just a moment. >>> we head to italy for the latest in the amanda knox case. they questioned the validity of the dna evidence used to convict her. right now she's serving that 26-year sentence for murder, but that expert testimony could be her ticket to freedom coming up we'll hear how she's feeling about all of this when we talk live to amanda's mother, just ahead. >>> just when you thought it was safe to turn your television back on, it's back. that yearly adventure into the deep with some of nature's most amazing and terrifying creatures. we're talking shark week it kicks off tonight on discovery channel. coming up, why more of the great whites are being spotted as far north as massachusetts, even forcing some beaches to close. i think that was a plot of a movie a while back. >> do you watch shark week? i get excited fo
para encuentro de chicharito hernandez... ♪. >>más temprano los gigantes cayeron ante philips pero los atléticos se impusieron a tampa bay >>y las aguilas enfrentaron a juventus el partido en nuevo melody de nueva york >>y se convierte en protagonista k paz luego de un grave error, las aguilas cierran actividad el 6 de agosto frente a barcelona >>miércoles por telefutura las estrellas enfrentan a manchester united >>aun no se sabe cuantos minutos jugará chicharito , quien se incorporó al equipo el pasado lunes >>es un honor, me siento privilegiado de estar con este grupo de jugadores >>no estás para saberlo ni yo para contarlo el sabor de la derrota tú vas a probarlo >>y así con este rap inicia gomez el duelo contra canelo >>el canelo dice que hablará con los puños el fin de semana de la independencia >>soy hombre, no payaso >>lo demostraré arriba del ring, no voy a hablar mucho, solo me voy a preparar y le voy a enseñar quien es el canelo >>es todo en la información deportiva, buenas noches >>y no está mal el clima, >>y parece que se va a poner mejor, vamos con guillermo
minutes with philip which -- would indicate the failure of the general manager to publicly announce and engine dies their controversial e.i.r. and it would show the knowledge of the other items. we're putting in the words, public health, children's health hazards, carcinogens, benno particulates, zinc toxicity, mercury poisoning, dioxide, neural inflamation, pah's, fischer construction, pisces incorporated, city field,s, baycore builders, field turf incorporated, turf kickbacks. we have hard copies of the submitted scoping guidelines. for accuracy and facilitated transcription, the copies were given to this commission and other interested parties. thank you. >> the next speaker? >> i am and retired animal keeper from the zoo. i would like to thank the general manager for inviting me to this event for former employees. i was at the grand parlor by was unable to attend. after i signed my papers i received a notice saying that i could receive a certificate from -- for appreciation. they seemed surprised when i said i was interested and said they would do this at a future date. i receiv
. >> the now 31-year-old was only 11 when philip and nancy garrido abducted her. they kept her locked up in the backyard where early who o she was chained to a bed. agents came to the home 60 times each time not realizing she needed to be saved. >> during those long 18 years, did you ever consider suicide? >> no. you know i asked her questions like that and here is one of the lessons we learned about who survives and who does not. she loved her mother and she yearned for her mother and her wonderful baby sister. she never let hope disappear. >> hope grew when she went into labor and gave birth to her first daughter at age 14. >> i felt like it wasn't alone anymore. >> diane says dugard carries not to carry bitterness but to cherish every day but her own mother is wrestling with rage and regret. i. er chose not to kiss my girl goodbye that morning so to be on time. every time i kick myself, baby goodbye. >> you can watch the entire interview with jaycee dugard in a prime time special right here. after falling in love and getting married some time, jaycee knows it will be complicated but h
's broughtt( rich philips home alive. trying to coordinate all u.s. power to figure outÑi how to free him. >> good to bexd back on the ship. >> to many, he is aok national hero. yet to some he is the captain who recklessly sailed into harm's way.lpw3 when hisg captain's duty was published last year, i sat downui him at the intrepid sea air and space museum in new york. >> if someone described your style in terms of being a son of a [ bleep xé >> i'm tough. i don't know Ñiso. i'm tough. >> tough but when he can be, a homebody. he and his wife andrea live about as far from the dangersq o&p piracy as you can get. in the countryside of northern vermont.fáco cf1 o >> i've always wanted to live near th#á mountains, i'm a snow boarder, skier. >> you like the snow. >> i love it. >> rich andjfxdc andrea met in boston in the early 1980s. dated five years, and married in 1988. they have a daughter mariah and a son dan w to his father about hisfá longct( absences. >> he said to me,t( oh, i don't have a dad. he ))Ñp&ways at sea. he is never home. >> reporter: as a merry chance
was repeatedly abused by her kid naper. philip garrido pleaded guilty refusing a life sentence and nancy garrido will serve 30 years. >>> this morning the international olympic committee revealed which city will hosted the 2018 winter games. >> they defeated rivals from munich germany. koreans had lost two others. in south korea large crowds waved flags. it will be the first city outside of japan
similarities the old idea that philip was paroled shortly before mchale was reported missing also it was done he was in the area. >> in national news at boston's logan airport last night the wings of one plane clipped the tail of another plane carrying passengers said they felt a bump before they knew what happened >> i thought we ran something >> the flight attendant said something about we lost a wing >> it could of happen as we took off >> i tell think we have toddles on runways doing? one-person complained of neck pain and was taken of the the flight. we will be back with more in just a few minutes. we are expecting a gridlock in california they are calling it armageddon they told people to stock up on food and just stay home. this is a live look at from our mt. tam cam we will be back in imminent Ñç not a great weekend to goethe l.a. they're calling it car armageddon the 4 05 freeway will be shut down they are expecting a major gridlock. authorities have asked them to get the word out to all of their followers. she is live along the for all five carried >> i was wondering if i could co
, who will be selling this -- ms. colvin's book, written about her, by philip house. we have sponsorship from the african diaspora, and the friends of the san francisco public library. i serve as part of the african- american interest committee that helped put this program together, and i want to thank all of you for coming, and i want to thank sfgtv for taking the program today. we want to thank the department here at san francisco public library, and we are having a reception in l58, and we want to thank read your catering for providing some delicious food for us to nibble on today, so will you please join us and say thank you again to mrs. colvin and also to byrin bain for telling his story, but thank you for coming so that we can say thank you to miss colvin for being a living history maker. join us. thank you. ♪ lift every voice and sing
with the philip daniels. >> he was a fan favorite. he spent six seasons as a redskin. he was a leader in the locker room. he found us suddenly this morning that he would no longer be a part of it. >> my age was a deciding factor pretty much. >> he told me that he has not spoken to any teams at this time. there have not been any offers, but he still wants to win a super bowl. he is in shape and ready to go. >> let's go to baseball. the national's played a matinee against the marlins. the nationals have now lost five games in a row. let's go back downtown. he was trailing 2-one and doing ok. he dials long distance. center field, home run. the marlins sweep of the nationals. davey johnson has won only nine of the 26 games as a manager of the nationals. they are investigating nine infractions at carolina. the athletic director resigned after 14 years with the tar heels. yesterday, the head coach step down. things are not doing well in chapel hill, north carolina. >> what happened? what is that? oh, we call it the bundler. let's say you need home and auto insurance. you give us your info
-4. they freed up $12 million under the cap. the redskins signed chris chester. philip daniels is trying to keep his dream alive. >> i just hope that age is not a factor. i wanted it and a perfect situation to try to get a super bowl. >> onto baseball then nationals lost to the marlins. they have lost five games in a row right now. he made this mistake. center field, home run. the marlins go on to win 5-2. tiger woods is coming back next week at bridgestone. back to the nfl for a second. a couple of big moves today. >> that has to be the ultimate management challenge. >> good luck. >>> what will it be? 2 and tomorrow night. it is gone to be close to one of those. look at the temperatures. those are the current temperatures. it feels like it is in the 90's. tomorrow, 100 or 101. if we get to 100, we break the record. six out of town folks would rather take a snowstorm that a heat wave. >> asked that same question in the winter. >> we will. >> that is it for us tonight. have a good one and we will see you tomorrow. hi, we're looking to save some money on our car insurance. great! at progressive,
companies at the moment, getting no respect. >> tell us about conoco philips it reported some disappointing earnings earlier in the week. the stock has been taking a hit why dow like cop? >> well, it's an interesting franchise. one is a sector we like. we think global energy demand will continue to increase in the coming years particularly being drawn if emerging markets. conoco philips is one of the largest major integrated oil companies. it's actually announced it will be divesting itself into an exploration and production company along with a refining business. it's been attempting to monetize assets over the last couple of years, that it acquired that had give ten a high debt burden it will become more profitable and pays over 3.5% dividend yield. >> let's wrap up by talking about gold. we reported earlier that gold prices hit a new record high. you're saying that gold is still a good place to be and recommended the gld. can investors still make money with gold at this high price? >> we think so. we're still long gold. we've been long gold for a 23478 of years at this junk ture but the
" and it will be available starting tomorrow. lilian kim, abc7 news. >> thank you, lilian. >> philip and nancy garrido were sentenced last month and serving time for kidnapping. philip garrido pled guilty to kidnapping and 13 cases of sexual assault. he is serving a sentence of life. nancy garrido pled guilty to kidnapping and rape and is serving 36 years to life at a women's prison. >>> investigators are still trying to figure out what killed a 14-year-old santa rosa girl found dead on her bedroom floor. the teenager was having a sleep over at her home with three other girls, and all three drank something she mixed with soda. the girl was found dead early this morning, and the other three were violently ill. they don't know what they drank, and now detectives are waiting for toxicology reports to get answers. >>> a shootout in richmond left three people dead. it is now being called a drug deal gone wrong. it happened yesterday inside a two-bedroom unit at the triangle housing complex where a gunbattle at close range erupted. richmond police say michael landerson who lived here was murdered. also killed ar
, when fredrick philips came and established philipsburg manor, which, over a number of years, grew to be over 50,000 acres of land. >> that's more land than the entire city of san francisco! to work such a huge farm required the labors of many different people, including some who didn't have a choice. this was a slave plantation, with 23 enslaved individuals living here. >> that's right. even though phillipsburg manor wasn't in the south, but in new york, it still used slaves. >> slavery was very, very prevalent. in 1750, for example, 20% of the population of new york city was enslaved. >> tenant farmers made up another portion of the work force. >> a tenant farmer is someone who rents land from a landowner, much like a tenant rents an apartment, but in this case, you're renting a farm. in general, they paid their rent with wheat. so they would harvest their wheat, and bring it down to the mill here, to be ground. and a certain portion of that would go to mr. philips. >> and there's one more thing we can learn here. some of the energy sources from our past may be just what we need
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speaks publicly about the 18 years she spent in prison in secret back yard compound near antioch. philip and nancy both now in prison and j.c. starting a new life. diane sawyer has the exclusive interview and tonight jonathan has a preview for you. >> you just do what you have to do. to survive. >>reporter: in an interview with diane sawyer j.c. speaks publicly for the first time about her kidnapping at the age of 11. and the 18 years she spent locked up in the antioch back yard of philip and nancy greed o. during the years dugard says she was never allowed to even say or write her real name. she spent some nights chained to the bed and gave birth to 2 daughters fathered by him. >> august 18, 1994 you are how old. >> 14. >>reporter: you are in labor and there's nobody there. having a baby numb a back yard. >> yep i addition dugard says the garrido studied video to deliver a baby themselves. never allowed her to see a doctor or go to school but the moment her first daughter was born, dugard says she found new strength. >> i felt like i wasn't alone any more. if had somebody else
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